Women in the Air Force Reserve have a rich history

U.S. Air Force Reserve Lt. Col. Warren Neary, Air Force Reserve Command Office of Historical Services combat artist, and Retired U.S. Air Force Reserve Col. Kathy Cosand sign lithographs and engage with thousands of attendees as U.S. Air Force Reserve Lt. Col. Camber Governski, a 96th Flight Training Squadron instructor pilot, looks on at the Women in Aviation International Conference in Orlando, Florida, March 22, 2024. Cosand is a U.S. Air Force pioneer as the first Reserve woman Airman as a graduate in the first class ow women in undergraduate pilot training, first woman to be awarded the Air Medal, attend aircraft commander training, and receive a waiver to fly during her pregnancy. A painting of Cosand was created by U.S. Air Force Reserve 1st Lt. Kat Justen, a combat artist, as part of the Office of Historical Services mission to inform and inspire visitors on the legacy of the Air Force Reserve in support of the larger Air Force story and history. (Courtesy Photo)

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